Wednesday, August 7, 2013

My real view on marriage, as shaped by the Gay Marriage Debate

Marriage over the past 40 years in the secular state has become a shadow of what Sacramental Marriage is. I now advocate for the destruction of civil marriage entirely. The state has NO compellable interest in telling us who can marry whom, who can get divorced, what terms are in a household agreement contract, what employers do with benefits, or who is living in a house I own.

Likewise, custody and dependency for children needs to be done away with, it's far to much of a hassle, and parents who think they need the law to keep track of their kids are bad parents.

Likewise, since women do not want men in their children's lives anyway, father's rights should be abolished.

Then and only then will we have a society that is truly equal under the law.


Theodore Seeber said...

All because of gay marriage. A self-fulfilling prophecy that gay marriage has destroyed traditional marriage. Go ahead. Bite your nose to spite your face. Take your ball and go home.

Theodore Seeber said...

Or rather, accept the ONE good thing that has come out of this: Any given law on marriage will be discriminatory, therefore under the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, civil marriage is unconstitutional.

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